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Special 10th Anniversary Edition Quirky and great fun. We’ve all experienced the problem of wanting the loo at the same time first thing in the morning. Well here, Jeanne Willis’ talent with words comes up trumps and will bring a smile to every face, both young and old alike.
This special 10th anniverary edition has a downloadable audio book plus tabbed pages (each is a part of the animal on each page) throughout so children can help each animal go to the loo.
'Who's in the loo? There's a very long queue. Is it an elephant having a poo?' If your house has many occupants, then this witty rhyme from the irreverent and observant pen of Jeanne Willis will resonate profoundly.
Adrian Reynolds' exuberant illustrations highlight the fun!
'Funny story and bold drawings.; -- Lorna Bradbury Telegraph
'A glorious riot of a book.' Carousel
'The very funny rhyming text and witty illustrations in this 'queue for the loo book will get toddlers giggling - just the thing for potty training!' Prima Baby & Pregnancy
'Brilliantly expressive drawings' Sunday Telegraph
'Wonderfully cheeky' The Week
|Publication date:||6th October 2016|
|Publisher:||Andersen Press Ltd|
|Suitable for:||Baby and Toddler, 3+ readers|
|Other Categories:||Bookshelf Essentials|
Jeanne Willis is an award-winning children's author and scriptwriter. She had her first picture book published by Andersen Press at the age of 21, and since then she has won the Silver Medal Smarties Prize (Tadpole's Promise), the Nasen Special Needs Award (Susan Laughs), the Sheffield Children's Book Award (Who’s in The Loo) and the Red House Children's Book Award (Bottoms Up). Jeanne has also worked on scripts for TV, including Polly Pocket and The Slow Norris, and a pilot TV series for Dr Xargle. She lives in North London with her husband. Photo credit: Justine StoddartMore About Jeanne Willis